ABPS


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AcronymDefinition
ABPSAmerican Board of Plastic Surgery
ABPSAmerican Board of Podiatric Surgery
ABPSAmerican Board of Physician Specialties (Tampa, FL)
ABPSAmerican Board of Psychological Specialties
ABPSAutomatic Blood Pressure System
ABPSAir Breathing Propulsion System
ABPSAutomated Barrier Plan System
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The postcode data has been manually incorporated within the ABPS through a newly created attribute called "Postcode.
1 shows the CDFs for modal populations of female athletes for the ABPS data obtained after 2006.
ABPS data show three products that stand out for increased usage.
Both medical doctors (MDs) and doctors of osteopathy (DOs) can earn board certification from the ABPS.
1994), The Shape of Things To Come: Small Business Employment and Skills, Canberra, ABPS.
Unrecognized boards have been established by podiatrists who are dissatisfied with the ABPS certifying procedures.
Only one certifying board per specialty is recognized by the American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS), and the ABPS is the one for plastic surgery.
The announcements were made during the three-day meeting of the RSS's ABPS, which was inaugurated by party chief Mohan Bhagwat in Nagpur.
Though the ABPS committee that endorsed publication of the hymnal included four Baptists from the South, the book appears to have met with lesser acceptance in that region.
com)-- The American College for Advancement in Medicine (ACAM) is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Tai, DPM, FACFS, ABPS, ABAARM, DACBN as ACAM's newest Advisor to the Board of Directors.
ABPS is a graminans-type fructan that contains a [beta]-D fructofuranosyl backbone having residues linked (2 [right arrow] 1)- and (2 [right arrow] 6)- with branches and an [alpha]-D-glucopyranose residue on the nonreducing end of the fructan chain (Jin et al.